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a life science or a life of letters. the brilliant graduate had enviable options but hadn't figured out what mattered to him so he put off harvard, enrolled at oxford. while studying history's great political philosophers, he met a fellow student from australia -- robin trethaway, attractive and brilliant, too. a clerk to the chief justice of her home state's supreme court. but so much would change in the three years between when they met and married. beginning with his sudden decision to leave england. >> i had this little epiphany. i studied political theory. it was getting more abstract. i learned a lot but began to feel i was spinning out into a universe that never had mig to do with the real world. i called to register harvard medical school and said, i would like to come in the coming class. i remember her saying one guy dropped out. we have a spot monday. if you're here it's yours. i grabbed a toothbrush. i didn't pack. i got on a plane and left. that's when i decided to become a doctor. when i woke up in boston the next day i thought, oh, my god, what have i done? there was no g
first day of work to his last, which isn't rocket science. it's just common sense. from td ameritrade. now back to huckabee. >>> during thursday's congressional hearings on the problems with obama care online sign ups, california democrat kau called out one of the executives in charge. that's because he was blaming the glitches on the overwhelming volumes of applicants. >> you keep speaking about unexpected applicants. that really sticks i craw. there are thousands of websites that carry far more traffic. i think that's kind of lame excuse. amazon and e bay don't crash the way week before christmas and proflowers don't crash on valentine's day. >> when you order something from amazon or ebay you get what you wanted at a price you really did want to pay and it comes in on time. even if the website work, nobody has suggested that the product is going to be what you want, when you wanted it and what you were willing to pay for it. more people are losing their insurance than been able to sign up for obama care. >>> alan grayson has a bizarre way of trying to get across his message. he's m
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